Achieving good governance, Theme 2: the essential participation of women
The empowerment and autonomy of women and the improvement of their social, economic and political status are essential factors in the achievement of both transparent and accountable government and administration, as well ...
Creating opportunities for Africa's new generation : theme 4
In spite of concerted efforts over the past three decades, to increase girls’ and boys’ access to schooling and to reduce the disparities between them, there still exists a considerable degree of bias against girls in the ...
Achieving women and the information age : a rare opportunity : theme 3
This is an opportune time and a crucial moment for women to have input and for stakeholders to be sensitized to the gender dimension of ICT policy. Policy must take into account the needs of women, as well as men, at all ...
Strategies for including a Gender Perspective in African Information and Communications Technologies(ICTs) Policy
African policy makers face many economic, social and political challenges as they seek to improve material living standards and quality of life, and undertake their task of transformation in a context of complexity, rapid ...
Developing African economies: the role of women
This paper focuses on the summary notes and guide questions for working group discussions. On the theme of developing African economies: The role of women.
Publications Archive: African Centre for Women
We, women entrepreneurs and women in business from Cameroon, Côte d.Ivoire, Ethiopia, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Kenya, Malawi, Mali, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, USA, ...
Developing African economies : the role of women: theme 1
Globalization is defined as a process through which finance, investment, production and marketing are increasingly dominated by firms whose vision and actions are not confined by national borders or national interests. ...
Partnership Africa: an ECA programme for development cooperation a synopsis
The April 1996 consultation among Africa's development partners convened by the ECA endorsed its role as a think tank for the continent's economic and social advancement. Participants agreed that by facilitating consensus- ...